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30 May


Samsung Galaxy S III in Pebble Blue faces 2-3 week delay (from Androinica)

May 30, 2012 | By |


Customers interested in the latest Galaxy S III in the pebble blue finish will have a hard time finding it available in stores for the next several weeks. After numerous rumors indicating that Samsung’s special colored Galaxy S III SIM-free version was delayed, Samsung officially came out with a statement confirming the delay.

Citing low quality, Samsung requires the Galaxy S III in pebble blue […]

More info HERE

29 May


Sony Xperia S Android 4.0 update demoed on camera ( From Androinica)

May 29, 2012 | By |

Fans of Sony Mobile are still smarting from news that the Xperia Play was dis-invited from the Ice Cream Sandwich party, so now they’re forced to watch from a window outside as their friends prepare to enjoy Android 4.0. Thai language mobile site has uploaded a five minute video detailing some changes in Android 4.0 that Sony Xperia S users should enjoy soon.

The video reveals some solid features like the ability to slide across a lockscreen to use the music playback widget without having to actually unlock the phone. The music player has been renamed Walkman and an equalizer […]


Full Article HERE

28 May


Best Reading List Apps for Android: Pocket vs. Readability vs. Papermill vs. Pulse ( from Androinica)

May 28, 2012 | By |

We live in a time-shifting world. DVR’s play TV shows whenever we want, music is streamed on-demand, and reading apps allow us to bookmark articles to peruse at our pace. But which is the best app? Which reading queue app reigns supreme when comparing Instapaper, Readability, Pocket (formerly Read It Later), and Pulse? Good question. has reviewed most of these apps previously, but all have been updated since then. Below is a look at the top apps that allow users to bookmark articles and have them formatted for easy reading on mobile devices. Compatibility and performance may vary across devices, but a comparison chart below compares major features. Disagree with the findings or think an app was left out? Let us know in the comments section below.

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25 May


27 Android games on sale for Because We May promotion (from Androinica)

May 25, 2012 | By |

Android users love games and they love a deal, so there’s a good chance you may be interested in Because We May, which combines both.

Because We May is an effort from a group of developers who want to promote the idea that they should have “the freedom to price games how they like.” That freedom allows devs to promote their games and still earn a living (no complaints here). To further their cause, several of these developers have deeply discounted their games in Google Play from May 24, 2012 to June 1, 2012.

[…] More info HERE

24 May


Microsoft to release an Office app for Android and iOS (From thedroidguy)

May 24, 2012 | By |


Rumor has it that Microsoft has been working on a tablet version of its hugely popular office software. Microsoft had denied the reports sometime back, but the rumor mills have heated up again after versions of the app have been spotted running on iPads. If such an app is really under works, it can be considered to be a move in the right direction. Currently Google docs is the top choice of Android users, which is a very good application no doubt, but has its own flaws. It would be interesting to see Google docs competing with the Office suite from Microsoft, which has a well-established customer base.

More info HERE

23 May


The best Android travel apps (From Android Central)

May 23, 2012 | By |


We love Android. And we travel. A lot. And after thousands and thousands of miles and more airports than we can recall, we like to think we’ve got a handle on the best Android travel apps. Some are obvious and likely already are on your phone. Others might require a download. Some are free, some will cost you a few bucks. (And, like most things Android, there are alternatives for everything.)

What do we look for in the best Android travel apps? In a word: Reliability. The last thing you want to do when you’re out of your comfort zone — be it in another city, another state or another country — is to have to fumble with your phone anymore than is necessary.

So grab your passport, strap in and join us after the break as we give you our top picks for the best Android travel apps.

For more info clik HERE

22 May


Late-night poll: Texting and driving

May 22, 2012 | By |


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21 May


14 May


Fast for Facebook – Update 1.5

May 14, 2012 | By |

New Update 1.5 has been Released. Please Try it:

–> PlayStore <–

Share with customized privacy options
Review of the sharing content before real sharing
Added Cross Promotion, this is not admob or similar. It's only a PNG! No bandwidth consumption
Front camera bug fixed

Added bookmarks menu for pages and groups
New swipe between news
New layout for share menu and news visualization
Improved chat layout

Added white theme and dark font

Pictures and photos
Higher definition


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